Tampa developer plans speculative mansion on Bayshore Boulevard

A Tampa developer is planning to knock down a one-story 1960s home on Bayshore Boulevard and replace it with a massive speculative mansion. James Ramos, owner of Ramos Design Build Corp. and Re/Max Bay to Bay in Tampa, has designed a nearly 7,000-square-foot speculative mansion for the half-acre lot at 2901 W. Euclid Ave., which has 165 feet of frontage on Bayshore Boulevard. A corporate entity tied to Ramos acquired the property in late February for $1.5 million. He's planning a demolition party…Original Article